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International Conference of the Department of Library and Information Studies (DLIS)*

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The biennial International Conference of the Department of Library and Information Studies (DLIS) at the University of Botswana aims at discussing the whole spectrum of records, information and knowledge management that will help individuals and organizations to be at a competitive edge in the global knowledge economy and be able to achieve the Sustainable Development

Knowledge Economy Forum (KEF)*

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The Knowledge Economy Forum (KEF) or Kuwait Knowledge Economy Forum (KKEF), formerly the National Conference on Knowledge Economy, is organized by the Knowledge Economy Forum (KEF) foundation in co-operation with the Kuwaiti Supreme Council for Planning and Development (SCPD). SCPD has initiated the conference series as part of their National Project for Knowledge Economy (NPKE).

World Conference on Intellectual Capital for Communities (IC)**

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The World Conference on Intellectual Capital for Communities (IC), sub-titled with “Intellectual Capital for Communities in the Knowledge Economy: Nations, Regions, Cities and Emerging Communities”, explores the challenges and opportunities stemming from today’s increasingly knowledge-based economy. The event is designed as a platform for the exchanges of views, to promote learning

International Triple Helix Conference (TripleHelix Conference)*

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The International Triple Helix Conference (TripleHelix Conference or THC), the International Conference on University, Industry and Government Linkages, initially the Workshop on “A Triple Helix of University-Industry-Government Relations”, provides discussion, research, and policy development for the roles of these tripartite innovation agents. It brings together academia, government, business, and community to share effective practices and